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Mississippi Senator Roger Ricker Receives Suspicious Package

Senator may have received potentially poisonous mail.
01:09 | 04/16/2013

Transcript for Mississippi Senator Roger Ricker Receives Suspicious Package

As we come back to you, we have some breaking news right now. I want to go to abc's pierre thomas because there's a lpt about a package arriving at a senator's office with a deadly material inside.... See More
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